Google Is testing An Android App That adds Smart Reply To Smart Messaging App

(Last Updated On: May 16, 2018)

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Google has extended the messaging app from Inbox to Gmail to Allo and Android Messages which is a smart reply. It might respond to a message and adds a button to send that response. For the shake of the user, Google is now working beyond this to expand its messaging reply. They are opening a limited test to Android users to add the feature to other chat apps, such as Slack and Skype. From this you might respond to a message, providing you suggestions and one-tap buttons to use them.
According to Android Police, the new app, Reply, will add Smart Reply to third-party messaging apps such as WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Skype, Twitter DMs, and Slack.
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If a person sends you an email asking to meet, you’ll often get three suggestions that basically amount to “Yes,” “No,” or “Let me get back to you.” So it is very helpful for the user. You could then send a quick response to a friend without opening the app.
From this reply option, the user can reply directly from their notifications. It will also record your calendar availability and current location to craft these responses.
When you’re driving, Reply can silence your phone and tell people who message you that you can’t chat right now. Don’t miss the important stuff. When you get an urgent message like “We’re waiting for you!”  The reply can make sure to get your attention even when your phone is silent.
A Google spokesperson said,”One of the many projects that we’re working on within Area 120 is Reply, which suggests smart replies right in notifications from various chat apps.”
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